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What is the Vacation Savings Match program?

The Vacation Savings Match program gives employees a 50% match on any money they set aside for vacations. After the first $100, every dollar they put into an FDIC-insured account through automatic contributions earns a 50% matching credit. (The first $100 saved annually counts towards their savings but does not get a match).

This highly valued employee benefit is a great differentiator for employers—one that supports work-life balance, addresses health stressors and reduces the financial impact of accrued vacation time.

Who should consider it?

This unique benefit and approach to employee wellness is good for employees and employers. The positive effects of a vacation can increase performance by 80%1, cut the risk of heart attack by 50%2, and minimize burnout, depression and other health-damaging outcomes3. Medical costs go down by $3.27 and absenteeism costs fall by $2.73 for every dollar spent on wellness4. On the other hand, it costs between 30-50% of salary to replace an entry-level employee, 150% for mid-level employees and upward of 400% for high-level or specialized employees5. You do the math.

  • Key benefits

    Key benefits

    • Increased spending power at hundreds of Adestinn-selected hotels and resorts around the world
    • The Best Available Rate guarantee, with no black-out dates
    • FDIC-insured savings
    • Employees select their own savings amount
    • A generous 50% match applied to employee savings
  • Additional features

    Additional features

    Vacation Savings Accounts offer 100% year-end carryover, and employees have the flexibility to withdraw 100% of their contributions anytime without penalty.

  • Application process

    Application process

    Offering the Vacation Savings Match program from Mosaic Group and Adestinn is easy. Contact your Mosaic Group representative for more information.

  1. Mark Rosekind, Alertness Solutions.
  2. Allerton, H.E. (2003 T+D; Vol. 57, Issue 12, pp87-88.
  3. Framingham Heart Study. Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D. 2012. The Journal of Biological Psychiatry. Marcia Pennington Shannon, 2008, Americanbar.org. The Power of Vacations, 2014, Purchasing Power, LLC.
  4. HealthAffairs.org 2010 Katherine Baicker, David Cutler, Zirui Song.
  5. Karlyn Borysenko, "What Was Management Thinking? The High Cost Of Employee Turnover," ERE Media, April 22 2015, http://www.eremedia.com/tlnt/what-was-leadership-thinking-the-shockingly-high-cost-of-employee-turnove